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Hammy0107
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Hi all, 

New Jag owner since July and loving it mostly despite a few issues. Today i heard a pop and instantly lost power and restricted performance light came on. I think I have found the issue but not got a clue what it is. Anyone tell me what this is and am i right in thinking it has split / popped. Can anybody tell me what this is and would this cause a complete loss of power. 

Thanks in advance. 

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Hi Had a very similar issue just last month, it turned out to be the turbo intercooler hose that had split.

Dealers diagnosed it and had a replacement in next day, I had my cat back just after lunch that day

Mine was done under warranty but if you don't have a warranty then I don't think it's too pricey at a good indy.

Although if you only got your cat in July you should still have a warranty to cover this.

Good luck,

Dom

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Hi Paul,

Just to add, one symptom I had, that if you have it would mean it's the same, is when you hit 2000rpm and the turbo kicks in I could hear a kind of whoosh/blowing sound, obviously the air being forced out of the split hose. You can't see the hose from the top, it's item 12 in the diagram below.

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